Volkswagen is on track to become the world’s biggest automaker by volume
Merkel-Hollande, austerity-vs.-growth, blowing bubbles vs. tightening rules
Nothing is yet settled, but the likely prospect of a pro-euro coalition has brought some comfort to other European leaders
Before QP yesterday, the Conservatives used four members’ statements—from Shelly Glover, Randy Hoback, Bernard Trottier and Pierre Poilievre—to lament that Thomas Mulcair would prefer to bail out the “sumptuous European…
His life of radical activism lands him in a familiar spot: a European jail cell
A new book illuminates a dying generation’s ongoing reluctance to admit guilt for its support of Nazism
Gerald Caplan revisits last month’s odd revisiting of J.S. Woodsworth’s vote against World War II.
Repeating that war settles nothing, Mr. Woodsworth declared: “I rejoice that it is possible to …
Suddenly, everyone wants to change the tune from ‘austerity’ to ‘growth’
A growing number of economists are warning that too much fiscal tightening is making things worse
‘Everyone knows I’m a pro-life Member of Parliament’
Ironically, a weaker euro is making Germany even stronger, accentuating Europe’s imbalances
German President Christian Wulff stepped down from his post today, after a court stripped him of his immunity from being investigated for corruption.
Wulff is a member of the governing…
A militant group of hunters has set out to exterminate the ‘feathered vermin’
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation wants the Defence Minister to explain his choice of accommodations in Europe.
Defence Minister Peter MacKay charged taxpayers $2,904 for a two-night stay at the luxurious …
It’s hard to argue anyone else can save the Old Continent
The Environment Minister spreads the good word.
Environment Minister Peter Kent repeated his sharp criticism of Kyoto at a high-level session of the Durban talks. “Kyoto, for Canada, is in …
As details of a 10-year Neo-Nazi killing spree emerge, Germans are learning that racist ideology is more widespread than they thought